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Last Update: 27/05/2020



Carlos Guillermo Vega Cumberland

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 27th May 2022. Registration No. 0635 (Vol.4).

Arms: Gules, dexter three stars of four points faceted in pale, sinister a hawk's wing Argent.

Crest: Upon a coronet of stars of four points faceted Or the outer rings Argent a hawk Argent, tailed, armed, belled, jessed  and gorged of a coronet
of stars of four points faceted Or holding a Parnassus flower Gules seeded Or.

Motto: Virtus Per Fortitudinem Et Honorem.

Assumed: Peru, 25th May 2022.

Badge: Upon a cross nibbed of four points quarterly Gules and Argent accompanied by eight rays counterchanged a torteau charged with a Parnassus flower Argent seeded Or.

Arms designed by the armiger and illustrated by Emanuele Timotei.

The Arms of Carlos
                                                Guillermo Vega
                                                Cumberland

Standard: In the hoist the Arms, in the fly per fess Argent and Gules between three transverse bands Argent fimbriated Or, thereupon the motto Virtus Per Fortitudinem Et Honorem, two representations of the crest alternating with two representations of the badge, the ends split and rounded the whole fringed Gules and Argent.

The
                                                        Standard of
                                                        Carlos Guillermo
                                                        Vega Cumberland

The principal tinctures of the shield are red and white which represent the colours of two countries; Peru where the armiger was born, and Canada where he studied and achieved his Bachelor of Arts in Law and Justice.

The stars allude to the Vega star which is the brightest star in the northern constellation of Lyra and the armiger's last name.

The hawk's wing represents independence, adaptability and the ability to overcome lifeís struggles. It is also the armiger's spirit animal which protects and guides him to always strive to do what is right.


The hawk of the crest represents the same meaning to the armiger as the hawk's wing as described above. It is gorged and standing on a star coronet which symbolizes honour, virtue and respect, qualities which the armiger upholds in his everyday life.

The Parnassus flower held by the hawk is a tribute to his mother whose last name is Cumberland, and found in the arms of Cumberland County. This is a symbol to honour his British Heritage.

The Badge of Carlos
                                                Guillermo Vega
                                                Cumberland

Badge:
Upon a cross nibbed of four points quarterly Gules and Argent accompanied by eight rays counterchanged a torteau charged with a Parnassus flower Argent seeded Or.

The combination of the Parnassus flower and the cross (or star), represents his parents and his ancestors who have influenced his life. It is also a symbol for his son to remember and honour his heritage.

The motto, Virtus Per Fortitudinem Et Honorem, may be translated as virtue through strength and honour; representing the principal pillar in the armigerís life. One must strive to achieve virtue through living an honourable life with dignity and unbending principles.




The Arms of
                                                      the son of Carlos
                                                      Guillermo Vega
                                                      Cumberland

The Armorial Bearings of the armiger's son (debruised by a label of three points).
The personal
                                                      banner of Carlos
                                                      Guillermo Vega
                                                      Cumberland
The personal banner of the armiger supported by his crest beast.

 

 

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